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5,513 police vacancies to be filled

KUCHING: Sarawakians are encouraged to fill up 5,513 vacancies in the police force. State police Management Department chief SAC Norzanah Buang said the vacancies are for...

Yellow fever surveillance continues

KUCHING: Sarawak continues to strengthen its surveillance on yellow fever, said State Health Director Dr Jamilah Hashim. She pointed out that so far, no cases...

1 killed, 4 injured in accident

KUCHING: A man in the passenger seat of a sedan car was killed early yesterday morning after he was thrown from the vehicle, which...

Synthetic drugs trending

KUCHING: Sarawak is at the bottom three states for drug abuse nationwide, said Tourism, Art, Culture, Youth and Sports Minister Datuk Abdul Karim Rahman...

Proposal needs thorough study: CM’s aide

KUCHING: The proposal to lower the legal age of voting to 18 in Malaysia should not only be based on legal consideration, says a...

Change attitude towards cancer

KUCHING: Welfare, Community Wellbeing, Women, Family and Childhood Development Minister Datuk Seri Fatimah Abdullah commended the Society for Cancer Advocacy and Awareness Kuching (SCAN)...

Tabloid for better, easier reading

KUCHING: The New Sarawak Tribune made the big switch from broadsheet to tabloid last Sunday. Chief operating officer (COO) Rudi Affendi Khalid, said the new...

Blast victim wants compensation

KUCHING: A survivor of the CityOne Megamall blast last December intends to seek legal advice on compensation six months after the incident. Nur Hafirdawilla Mohd...

Redevelopment of KMC flats in the discussion stages, says mayor

KUCHING: Urban renewal to redevelopment of old buildings especially flats which are more than 30 years old has of late become a topic of...

Sarawakians must reject gutter politics: Abdullah

KUCHING: Sarawakians must reject disgusting political acts, said Assistant Minister for Corporate Affairs, Abdullah Saidol. He noted that political issues are inevitable in human history...

Floodwaters in Long Busang completely recede

MIRI: The floodwaters in Long Busang, one of the hard-hit areas, have completely receded allowing all the flood relief centre to be closed and...

Farm hand goes missing in croc-infested area

LUNDU: An Indonesian was reported missing since Thursday morning at a prawn farm in Rambungan. There were fears that he might have been a victim...

Ops Selamat to make road safe statewide

SAMARAHAN: The Road and Transport Department (JPJ) has issued 232 traffic summonses for various traffic offences, as it enters its third day of enforcement...

Too early to comment on election campaign prohibition: Wan Junaidi

KUCHING: Engagements and consultations ought to be made by the Election Commission (EC) with regards to a decision on prohibiting ministers and politicians with...

Dennis wants boarding facilities for remote school

Dennis Ngau (GPS-Telang Usan) said this is important to ensure that the pupils receive the best education by staying in school during school days. He...

Top students give credit to parents, teachers, friends

KUCHING: How important are the roles of parents, teachers and friends in helping students achieve outstanding results in their exams? “Very important!” said a high...

2000 cabbies on brand drive

KUCHING: Approximately 2,000 taxis sporting Visit Sarawak Campaign (VSC) stickers will cruise the city in an effort to increase visitors and tourists’ awareness of...

College student nabbed in drug raid

KUCHING: A private college student was arrested for drug possession after police raided a house at Jalan Haji Hassan last Friday. State Narcotics Crime Investigation...

Traffic op records 167 accidents in first three days

KUCHING: One hundred sixty-seven traffic accidents were recorded during the first three days of Op Selamat 14, launched in conjunction with Chinese New Year. State...

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